7/22/2002 - SBS Technologies (Nasdaq: SBSE), a leading provider of embedded computing technology, today introduced the ABI-3910, a high-performance 6U VME interface card with a PowerPC-based motherboard and one single-channel STANAG 3910 PMC daughterboard. Designed for simulation, test, data acquisition, and avionics applications that require very fast data transfers, the 3910 motherboard uses the latest PowerPC technology under the VxWorks operating system. The ABI-3910 can be configured as a system controller, eliminating the need for an additional controller in some systems.
Low- and high-speed 3910 bus interfaces provided on the PMC are based on an advanced high-speed DSP, programmable logic, and dual port RAM. Up to 56 MB memory is provided for user data structures. Eight external trigger signals are available from the front panel or VME P2 connector.
ABI-3910 provides powerful capabilities for definition of Events, conditions such as input external triggers that can be used to generate external triggers, and start or stop BC lists, RT simulation and sequential monitoring. Events can also generate VME interrupt signals.
“We engineered the ABI-3910 to meet the rigorous performance, quality and reliability requirements demanded by our customers,” said Clarence Peckham, President of the SBS Technologies Commercial and Government Groups. “The ABI-3910’s rich set of capabilities includes features such as sophisticated Event Monitoring and a powerful DMA capability that are not available with competitive products.”
Complimentary software drivers for most operating systems, and the Integrated Avionics Library with source code are provided with the interface.
Price and Availability
Please contact the SBS sales team for specific pricing information. The ABI-3910 will be available in Fall 2002.
About SBS Technologies
SBS Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq: SBSE) founded in 1986, designs and builds open architecture embedded computer products that enable original equipment manufacturers to serve the commercial, communication and government markets. SBS products are integrated into a variety of applications including communication networking, medical imaging, industrial automation, and military systems. The portfolio includes an extensive line of CPU boards, computer interconnections, avionics, telemetry, and fully integrated systems and enclosures. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, SBS maintains nine primary operating locations, has regional sales offices throughout the United States and has international sales offices in five countries. More information on SBS is available at www.sbs.com
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This new product announcement contains forward-looking statements concerning SBS’ product strategy, technology capability, competitive leadership, customer support services, and the introduction of new products and services. The disclosure of the planned release date for ABI-3910 products is expressly a forward-looking statement and is subject to change, delay or cancellation without notice. These statements reflect the perspectives and expectations of SBS management as of the date of this release. Actual results may differ materially from those projected or implied in these forward-looking statements as a result of a number of risk factors, including changes in management, sales and product strategy within SBS; changes in the general economy and in SBS’ business, including disruptions of cash flow that may impact investment in research and development activities; changes in demand for SBS’ products; technological difficulties and resource constraints encountered in developing new products; the impact of rapid technological and market change; availability of qualified personnel; and other risk factors listed from time to time in SBS’ SEC reports, including those listed under “Risk Factors” in SBS’ Annual Report on Form 10-K and other reports.
For more information, please contact:
Jennifer D. Wade
SBS Technologies, Inc.
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